Interviews of Good Investors posted on Youtube & other platforms

(unmesh) #1

This topic can be dig into anytime by any investor to find out something interesting related to Investing subject which is more audio visual in nature & beyond the basics.

Many of us are avid youtube user & have curated a good list of youtube channels/ favorite videos which feature interviews of investors. But not everyone has information of recently updated videos/ good channels/ good videos.

Videos get updated consistently & new ones are added on regular basis, so thought about creating a topic to post such videos & create a consistently updating repository of good interviews which will give a more audio visual experience & will go beyond the basics & delve into Investing styles / Decision making process / Investing approach / Personal experience / Thought process of good investors.

Posting here the first 2 which were recently added to web & I had bookmarked.

  1. Ray Dalio: Decision Making Approach For Financial Markets and Organisations (2018)

  2. David Einhorn | Full Q&A | Oxford Union


Thanks for this initiative. Once, I watched an interview from a Parsi family holding Tata company’s shares for 200 years. After a few years, when i wanted to watch that video again, i tried searching but I could not find it. A thread like this will surely help us to revisit interviews whenever we want to.

Attaching link to our own Warren Buffet’s biography.

(Dinesh Sairam) #3

The title should be just ‘Good Videos on Investing’. Because I absolutely love videos by Prof. Aswath Damodaran. But they’re almost always part-lecture or full-lecture type. Anyway, here goes (It’s part-lecture and part-interview):

(Irshad Farrukh) #4

Below is link for Investors talk at Google

(harjotsingh87) #6

Savneet Singh - The Berkshire of Software

He has a very interesting investing approach, worth listening to

(Sagar Saxena) #7

These videos from late 2011 when market sentiments were poor and investors were losing faith in the decision making of the Central government.Quiet relevant in today’s time too.

(unmesh) #8

Ray Dalio: “Principles: Life and Work” | Talks at Google
Published on Mar 26, 2018

Also, found an interesting website

(sougataG) #9

Warren Buffett’s First Television Interview - Discussing Timeless Investment Principles

(unmesh) #10

Mohnish Pabrai Lecture at Peking University (Guanghua School of Mgmt)
Published on Mar 27, 2018
"Prof. Jiang Guohua’s Value Investing Course"

(Kritesh Abhishek) #11

How To Invest…With Raamdeo Agrawal

Also read: 3 Insanely Successful Stock Market Investors in India that you need to Know.

(Irshad Farrukh) #12

Treasure trove of investing videos and articles from Indian masters.

(Nityanand) #13

Behavioral Finance Lecture by Late Parag Parikh. Part I

Behavioral Finance Lecture by Late Parag Parikh. Part II

Behavioral Finance Lecture by Late Parag Parikh. Part III

(sreejithmm) #14

I am collecting the videos I have watched under my playlist

I update it regularly.

I have not watched most of the videos posted here. I will go through them. Thank you for starting such a collection thread.

(pbd) #15

Especially the one by Thomas Russo is insane. He has explained his idea of picking stocks of consumer goods companies in really concise & clear terms.

(Irshad Farrukh) #16

Please find below updated link:

(unmesh) #17

Chuck Akre - Compounding Machine - Fund Letters & Video



(Nityanand) #18

How to invest in stack safely by R Balakrishnan

(vinay ambekar) #19

Is there any software one can use to download these videos and podcasts onto their computers for listening (instead of playing them live on internet)? I used to use ytddownloader but they have made it paid. I used a trial version of Internet Download Manager which was very good while it lasted. Is anyone aware of any free software for this purpose?

(jugal mansharamani) #20


This is a very good documentary about 1939 depression. During the 1930s, everyone in the US felt they were rich and used to borrow heavily and lead lives. After so much prosperity, they struggled for several years after this recession. Every bull market - be it a multi year or for a few years - it ends up with a crash. This has been a regular story.